Giving birth is an incredible experience, but can also be intimidating. A Birth Doula spends the entire time with you and your partner, offering support, helping you advocate for your choices, and creating a more peaceful environment. Having a birth doula has been clinically proven to reduce labor times, reduce pain, decrease the amount of medical interventions needed, and create a more enjoyable birthing experience.
2 prenatal meetings
Support during labor and delivery
1 postpartum meeting
Unlimited text support
$350 w/valid Medicaid card
*Call your insurance provider. They may help cover doula services.
(Payment plans available)
Once baby comes home, the many changes to the family dynamic that occur can be overwhelming. A postpartum Doula provides support and evidence-based education. Instead of only caring for a baby as a nanny would, a postpartum doula cares for the family as a whole. Services could include, caring for baby, caring for older children, light house-keeping, cooking, meal prep, running errands, a shoulder to cry on, etc. I fill in the gaps of what needs to get done, so you can spend your time bonding and resting with your new bundle of joy! Think of it like a family member that comes to help who knows the facts, does what you need, and doesn't judge.
Minimum 3 hours
(Includes Breastfeeding Counseling)
Sometimes, breastfeeding is a slam dunk, and everything falls right into place, but more often than not, a mother and baby need a little help figuring it all out. A Breastfeeding Counselor doesn't diagnose feeding problems, but rather educates mothers on how to make things easier or more efficient. A Breastfeeding Counselor can ease worries, or refer out if more help is needed.